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A concise interface constitutive law for analysis of delamination and splitting in composite materials and its application to scaled notched tensile specimens

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A concise interface constitutive law for analysis of delamination and splitting in composite materials and its application to scaled notched tensile specimens. / Jiang, WG; Hallett, SR; Green, BG; Wisnom, MR.

In: International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 69 (9), 02.2007, p. 1982 - 1995.

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Jiang, WG ; Hallett, SR ; Green, BG ; Wisnom, MR. / A concise interface constitutive law for analysis of delamination and splitting in composite materials and its application to scaled notched tensile specimens. In: International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. 2007 ; Vol. 69 (9). pp. 1982 - 1995.

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